E10_F09_Module_B_CEE_Assign_01

E10_F09_Module_B_CEE_Assign_01 - necessary). Think how much...

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University of California, Berkeley E10 Fall 2009 S.W. Hermanowicz Module CEE E10 Engineering Design and Analysis Module B: CEE Assignment No. 1 Be sure to retain copies of your work for further use in the class. 1. Individual assignment (submit through bSpace by 10/16) Record your fluid intake of Wed. 10/14 and report the total value in liters through bSpace. This does not have to be super-exact but try to estimate the volume reasonably well (i.e., if you drink a “Grande”-size coffee that’s 16 oz., a can of soft drink is 12 oz. - yes, you will need to convert it to the metric system). Count all liquids but not solid or semi-solid food (if you can pour it, it is a liquid).
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University of California, Berkeley E10 Fall 2009 S.W. Hermanowicz Module CEE 2. Team assignment (submit as a hard copy in your discussion section during the week of 10/19) Evaluate the need of 150 people for water in a permanent lunar station. Break down the daily consumption into drinking, cooking, personal hygiene (and any other tasks you may think are
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Unformatted text preview: necessary). Think how much water can be taken from Earth. This will be the basis of your design in the following weeks. One factor is the cost of lifting off materials from the earth; another is the capacity of rockets. The water will have to be recycled. Consider that a certain amount will be “lost” either intentionally as waste or will not be available for further recycling (too polluted, embedded in any object). Also consider that there are physical or technical constraints that prevent volume minimization (i.e., storage tanks, pipes, etc. cannot be too small to be usable) and that the equipment may malfunction for a period of time. Do not be shy of making assumptions (this is the essence of design) but try to support your assumptions by a reference or a rationale. Sometimes, you will have to make an assumption but always think about the consequences....
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2010 for the course ENGIN 10 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '08 term at Berkeley.

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